All Star Dodge Dealer knows offers new car specials such as Glendale Chrysler’s Town & Country St. Louis The Chrysler Town & Country minivan has a rich history which goes all the way back to the year 1989- even early for the convertible model . When it was first launched the Chrysler Town and Country was one of the first ever luxury minivans available. Other manufacturers followed suit to try to replicate the Chrysler Town and Country. New minivans were launched such as the Honda Odyssey and the Toyota Sienna, but none could stack up to the luxury offered by Chrysler.Mini-Van test drivers agree that among the competition, the 2013 Chrysler Town & Country continues its long-standing dominant position as one of the top-selling people movers for Chrysler in America – and for good reason. Its interior quarters are stuffed with polish, luxury, and with practical and convenient niceties (a house on wheels), including Chrysler’s popular Stow ‘n Go second-row seating and a newly-available Blu-Ray disc player. Combined with class-leading horsepower, the 2013 Town & Country becomes a minivan you actually want to drive – whether the kids are with you or not. If you are accustomed to luxury and driving enjoyment then selecting the 2013 Town & Country will leave you satisfied with your decision.
The Chrysler Town & Country is a popular family vehicle because of its great features such as its smooth- quiet ride. Town & country is the most versatile minivan available with a new feature called the :Stow ‘n Go” seating.
Together with the Grand Caravan from sister-division Dodge, these are formidable choices in the minivan segment.” – Consumer Guide
“Massively improved last year, the Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan drive with more precision, have better interiors, and are still hugely practical. The Chrysler took first place in our most recent minivan compare. Minivans are not bland anymore, the Town and Country comes in very handy when you need one.” — Car and Driver